Every answer consists of two letters of the alphabet that sound like a word or name. Fill in the blanks to get them. For example, if the clue is ___ watermelon, then the answer would be, "C-D" as in seedy watermelon.
Challenge From Last Week
From Louis Sargent of Portland, Ore.: Take the last name of a famous actress in 2 syllables and 9 letters. Transpose the syllables and you'll have, phonetically, the word for a common ailment. Who is the person and what is the ailment?
Answer: Sarah Bernhardt — heartburn
WINNER: Whit Morison of Bristol, Va.
Next Week's Challenge
Take a very common three-letter word. Say the letters phonetically and together they'll sound like a six-letter word meaning knockout. What word is it?
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